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    August 7, 2013
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the city of oakland going t to make that happen? want to know what's stopping bart and its unions from striking a deal? oh.. about 100 million dollars. "kiet standup tease--oc: des coming up" good evening i'm elizabeth . and i'm ken bastida. and i'm ken bastida. the league lawyers are fighting back with their own court filing. we've got the details coming up. it's a crime that many have a hard time even grasping. a young father and his 1-year-old son shot to death as they slept. a small memorial, balloons, teddy bear, sit outside the east oakland house where it happened. andrew thomas and his son, drew jackson, were in town from fresno to celebrate a relative a
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birthday. someone snuck into the backyard and opened fire. >> pop, pop, pop, pop, pop! eight or nine time s! >> i just wish this'd stop. i don't want my other cousins to try to retaliate. >> the motive, still unclear. but police believe it could be connected to another fatal shooting over the weekend. three weeks ago tonight, an 8-year-old was also caught in the crossover of a shooting that shockedon oakland community -- an oakland community. someone rang the bell then blasted the front door with bullets. and still no arrests in the shooting death of a woman driving her car near her maxwell park home in oakland. we told you about judy saloman. the
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community has talked about hiring private security guard to patrol the neighborhood. it seems to be never-ending. even though we've heard for years about plans to stop this violence, it seems to happen every night. >> whatever happened to operation cease-fire? >> reporter: on the day that 1-year-old drew jackson became oakland's youngest homicide victim in a decade, the mayor and police chief did what they do. >> we are absolutely determined to make the city safer. >> reporter: they talked about yet another public safety plan that has not worked for oakland. cease-fire. >> we're going to be calling in the -- some of the people who have been involved in the most violent crimes. >> reporter: that was the mayor 11 months ago. and today? >> with all due respect, we've all seen this happen so many time, so many young children shot, and we keep hearing about these plans to change things.
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and we haven't seen a lot change. what is your centerpiece plan? >> we plan to continue with cease-fire until we've hauled in the top 200 and 300 most violent people in the city. >> why hasn't it been fully funded to this point? it's been months. >> i think -- you know -- >> cease-fire is my no. 1 strategy for reducing violent crime, shootings and murders in this town. >> reporter: we found out cease-fire is not being run like the city's no. 1 strategy. there is no permanent director. and the few officers who have been running it have only been doing it part-time. >> i'm able to dedicate full-time enforcement team to cease-fire . >> reporter: in the meantime, the mayor and police chief say they're working with teams to
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start a youth-based safety program. the teams told me they want to be optimistic. >> when this is all said and done, when the cameras are packed up and the microphones are put away, then i don't know how much hope there's going to be. >> reporter: and the police chief told me he has not had enough officers to run the program full-time. the addition of 35 new recovers recently will mean he can now staff cease-fire. >> we know it already failed once in oakland in 2008. has it worked at all this time around? >> reporter: oakland police say they have used the strategy to basically dismantle two different gangs. one was the case gang, there was also the money team. but the homicide rate is still close to what it was last year. and the city needs to put more money and resources into cease-fire. where is sandra coke?
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that's the friends family and police have been asking since she disappeared sunday night in oakland. she was last seen in her north oakland home before leaving to talk to someone who may have had information on her stolen dog. her car was found abandoned monday night at an apartment complex. >> truly a painful, painful thing to have somebody who you love and who has family members who depend on her just disappear. it is just unthinkable. >> she is an investigator for the federal defender's office, which represents inmates on death row. we got quite an eye-opener today when we found out just how far apart bart and its unions are on a new contract. how about $100 million? that is the difference between what the union wants and what bart is
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offering. linda yi went to find out if they are so far apart now, how can they possibly reach any deal at all? >> reporter: both sides have really dug in. in fact, the talks have gotten so bad that both sides can't even agree how far apart they are! bart is saying what the union wants would cost $117 million to implement. bart unions say it's $56 million. >> reporter: it was a chance to air their grievances. bart management and the unions clarifying what's been going on in talks that started last april. what was clear, they're about $100 million apart in pay and pension issues. public policy advocates, the bay area council, says that's shocking. >> flabbergasted by how big a divide there is between bart and the unions. >> reporter: the council says
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bart's proposals are fair, and the union should take the contract and start paying into their pensions. findings will go to the governor who could impose a 60-day cooling off period for more negotiating time. >> reporter: one of the board of inquirey members did not agree. >> i'm surprised to hear you say this can be achieved by sunday night. >> i think the resolution will come if they strike! because the public will be heard. >> that's going to happen? you're saying the strike is inevitable, and when the public gets mad? >> yeah, somebody will wise up. >> reporter: well, are that is a drastic resolution. it is expected that the governor will decide by sunday night to impose
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a 60-day cooling off period. that's when the 7-day contract extension expires. >> when will they agree to host the next bargaining session? what are the chances of a settlement by sunday? >> reporter: a lot of people said it's not clear that they can even settle by sunday. they are so far apart, it's a slim chance. but given that, they are scheduled to go back to the bargaining table at least thursday and friday. they could talk all the way to sunday night to the 11th hour. let's hope something happens that breaks before then. cludes a union leaders at ac transit hammered out a tentative deal late last night. it includes a 9.5% raise, and has employees paying part of their own healthcare costs. major league baseball is
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playing hardball with san jose. kit doe on how mlb is trying to keep the a's from the south bay. >> reporter: after four years of staying mostly silent about the a's move to san jose, mlb finally talks. sort of. league lawyers filed a motion to dismiss san jose's lawsuit. it says the business of baseball is exempt from the antitrust laws as it has been since 1922. and the city's claims are fatally defective. san jose's attorney calls it a moral issue. >> can mlb block a competitor in this country from relocating his business simply because someone else says we don't want them to move? >> reporter: in june, the city sued the league claiming bud selig is illegally blocking the move. if san jose wins its
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lawsuit, every time a team wanted to move, it would lead to absurd results. mlb would be subjected to suits from any city that desires a team, and from any city that does not want to lose its team. >> that's not what the competitive laws say or the antitrust laws say for any other business in america. baseball shouldn't be treated differently. >> reporter: so this 14-acre lot in midtown san jose where the stadium would go has pretty much been unchanged the last four years. both sides will be in federal court october 4th. everywhere.. as nearly half ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ ♪ long lines at lottery outlets everywhere as half a billion dollars signs danced in people's heads. ♪ [ inaudible ] ♪ million *before taxes. odds of winning -- 1 in 175 million.
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winners have been reported minnesota and new jersey. shark week hits close to hon the bay area. where this little guy was spotted...ne. a word of warning if you use google chrome: your passwords may not be as protected as you think. it's one of the hottest car companies around.. and it's based right here. how strong revenue growth.. and inspired investors.. are drg up tesla's stock price. a bit of excitement in the investors are driving up tesla's stock price. >> thunderstorms are possible from mendocino northward. why this is a sign that the coolest weather is now behind us. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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thought they saw a great whe shark. it got the attention of a l of people. so i went to see what was going on. some thought they saw a great white shark in the bay. >> i went down to see what was going on. >> reporter: it looked ominous. almost like a scene from jaws. a shark circling #23450u
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near the hyde street pier. it got main to do a double take. >> i was cruising along the pilings, i could see the top of the fin and the back of his tail, and he's just kind of swimming along. >> could you mistake it for a great white? >> i could see how someone could make that mistake. >> we were brought some photographs. it was thought to be a great white. none of the biologists had a chance to see the animal. on closer inspection, it appears to be a salmon shark, which is very closely reported to great white, and they're also commonly seen here in the bay. >> reporter: while the salmon shark is related to the great white, it is not a man eater. and check out this shark-spotting. a new york subway? yeah. a commuter snapped this pic of a sharp on a train around midnight.
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the subway shark coincides with shark way on the discovery channel, the channel had nothing to do with it. >> goodness! where did it come from! >> sharks are everywhere right now. left side >> >> my gosh! can you imagine seeing that in the subway? >> that may not be the scariest thing on a subway in new york. [ laughter ] >> new york city! they're warm, they're toast y. for us, how about another night below normal? beautiful shot right there. another chilly day in the city. upper 60s for a high. other parts of the state dealing with a big-time drought. they are not getting that humid air coming in from the ocean. they are dealing with a big fire in southern california. this earlier today, riverside county,
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small fire quickly surged to 5,000 acres. 400 firefighters working to keep it under control. downtown san francisco, 65rees. concord, typically warmer than the city, not today! only 6 degrees warmer than san francisco. and tomorrow, we will stay chilly, relative to average. morning clouds for foster city. late-day sunshine, that's it. high of 70 and not much warmer on friday with morning clouds and fog again and a high of only 71 degrees. a big area of high pressure here. big-time thunderstorms in western oregon moving down to northern california. that's why the fire danger is increasing. it also tells me the low pressure area is lifting out of here. then the onshore flow will get weaker. but we'll still have an onshore flow, and temperatures will be a couple degrees below
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average. cloudy and foggy mornings will likely continue. tomorrow, san jose 74, well below average. fremont 68, pittsburgh and walnut creek the mid-70s. san ramon 75. in the city, low 60s again. by next week, around 70 near the bay. that is still below normal. >> we're looking for summer somewhere. [ laughter ] >> i'm going to keep looking. google chrome users, beware! think twice before saving your passwords on personnel or financial websites. a software developer discovered that getting a hold of someone's password is easy. once someone opens it on your computer, he has access to all the passwords. it's a simple process as you go through the settings icon. google doesn't have a solution to the glitch. some suggest
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that users disable the save password option. and notice anything different at yahoo.com? starting today the search engine is rolling out a different logo option every day on its home page. it's the latest attempt to make the company relevant and cool. the final design will be unveiled september 4th. tesla is producing up to 500 vehicles a week at the former plant in fremont. >> this company says demand for its model s sedan is greater than its ability to build the cars right now. investors are buying into the company's future. >> reporter: there are now 14,000 of its all-electric model s sedans on the roads of north america, and they have logged more than 60 million mile, despite some critics who doubted
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in the early days if the comprehend could be successful with a line of electric cars. >> tesla's stock is very high right now. and your going to run into some issues buying into a stock that high compared to its profit. and it's still losing money. >> reporter: jason brooks with cbs money watch says the enthuz yachl has more -- enthusiasm has more to do with the future. >> tesla is promising something for the future. they want to see tesla come up with a car that's affordable to the mass market. >> reporter: tesla is working on its next generation vehicle, the model x, which will begin rolling off the assembly line late next year. ceo elan musk says the company is hard at work with another vehicle.
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>> i have high confidence we is create a compelling car for around $35,000. >> reporter: he also says he remains a believer in the future of sustainable transport. >> i wish it was going faster than it is. >> reporter: in the investor conference call, he says one of the biggest challenges the company is having right now is the issue of suppliers. suppliers cannot supply enough parts for the company to build all the cars that it wants. ,, get 3 years interest-free financing on brand name mattress sets.
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"stan lee is like the walt disney of this era." dozens of people lined up to meet the man behind marvel comics who was in the bay area today. >> stan lee is the walt disney for this era. >> some say it was like meeting michael jordan. others bruce lee. and usually you would find stan lee in conventions. but he was in concord at flying colors comics, a place he helped launch. >> i remember when he opened the shop, and i felt very sentimental about coming again. >> he spent about three hours signing autografrs for fans before -- autographs before heading to tonight's giants game. >> the giants probably belong in a comic book right now. they are awful! but the a's bats came alive.
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49er football. the defending n-f-c champs taken the broncos thursday at six right here on kpix-5 >> one day away from 49er football! the champs took on the broncose thursday at 6:00. ,, thursday at 6:00. a bypass among the new span will be 2 miles long between oakland and yerba buena island. an event between the roadway is designed to pull exhaust away from people. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes.
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west. tonight, it's all gon. wayne start the clock... endless summer if you're the giants. last monday, the a's had a 6-game lead over the rangers. tonight it's gone!
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the reeling too. bartolo colon had thrown 15 quality starts. nothing quality about this start. he allowed 5 runs in 2 and two third, the shortest outing of the year. that is a fair-ball. chapman would go 1-2-3, striking out lawrie. a's lose, drop into a 1st place tie with texas. giants hosting the brew crew. bumgarner hurling a great game until he throws it away at third base past sandoval. he would lead the game. the brewers tag on 4 more, and the giants lose 6-1. they are 13 games out of 1st place! >> honestly i'm trying to go back several years. we're at the beginning of august.
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and they are done! >> it's hard to watch. the news is always on kpix dot com. ,,,,,,,, cut!
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>> oh, my god! i can't believe it! i just won an art contest. aah! [laughs] [dwight laughs] [quietly] thanks. i still don't understand why you wanted me to say that. >> shut up. [laughing] i got her! ooooohhh... >> not cool, dwight.